Readers of this blog will no doubt notice (in posts here, here, here and here, for example) that my passion for employment law is matched only by my love of the New York Yankees. (I leave to others to debate whether that is a character flaw; Red Sox fans need not chime
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CBA Labor & Employment Quarterly Now Online
The Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Section (led by my colleague Joshua Hawks-Ladds) has begun posting its quarterly newsletter online. I expect to see more of this as the CBA moves to a new website next month.
In the meantime, you can check out the latest issue here. It features articles on:
Quick Takes: Reprimanded Lawyer, Ethics Case, EFCA, ADEA & the Second Circuit, ERISA Standard of Review
The slow season of employment law news continues, which makes this a perfect time to roll-out the occasional Quick Takes post to discuss interesting nuggets and updates to recent posts.
- The Statewide Grievance Committee, on the day before Christmas, issued a formal reprimand to Maureen Duggan for "fraud and conduct prejudicial to the administration of